My work:

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier: “The Video Essay as Curatorial Enterprise” 

Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal: “The 1848 Declarations of Sentiments: Usurpations and Incantations”

FLEFF “Habitats as Iterations” exhibition: “Declaration of Sentiments Wesleyan Chapel”

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier: co-edited issue on Digital Humanities and Media Studies Crossovers

Teaching Media Quarterly: “Progressive’s Flo: Convergence Brand”

Tik Tok on the Clock but the Party Don’t Stop No-The Parodic Military Dance Video on YouTube

Film Criticism – Cat Videos and the Superflat Cinema of Attractions

HuffpostLive, invited guest, “The Legacy of Seinfeld after 25 Years”

HuffpostLive, invited guest, “Seinfeld, sexuality, and masturbation”

Afterimage: Review of Andrew L. Russell’s Open Standards and the Digital Age: History, Ideology, and Networks r2 afterimage open standards

Gould Hotel: installation “Sentiments and Usurpations” (link to video)

National Women’s Rights Historical Park: “Declaration of Sentiments” exhibited for Women’s History Month (link to video)

Afterimage: Review of Richard Rinehart and Jon Ippolito’s Re-Collection: Art, New Media, and Social Memory r2 afterimage recollection

HuffPost Live, invited guest, “The Changing Landscape of Late Night TV” (video no longer available)

FLOW: “Using Digital Tools for Collaborative Discovery: Assurances and Ambivalences”

Work that cites my work:

Environmental Iterations: Digital Habitats and the Making of Multiple Screen Worlds, by Dale Hudson, Claudia Costa Pederson, and Patricia R. Zimmermann Environmental Iterations

Do Cats Know They Rule YouTube? Surveillance and the Pleasures of Cat Videos, by Radha O’Meara

Multimodal (MLA Commons Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: concepts, models, and experiments), by Virginia Kuhn